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Old 06 January 2014, 07:27   #41
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Not mine, but one of the best shots I've seen. It's in Lahinch, on the west coast of Ireland, and was taken by George Karbus
I have friends that live in one of those houses - apparently it was fairly sporty. The prom is badly chewed up...
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Old 06 January 2014, 10:58   #42
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As a footnote to the latest storms, for anyone intending on a run out, we have seen so much debris in the water after each storm, there will be a lot of large trees and similar so please keep a good lookout for next few weeks if out
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Just when you thought it was safe to go back down the hamble
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Old 06 January 2014, 19:23   #45
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The Griffin Inn, Dale, Pembrokeshire seems to be holding well these days. flooding is nothing unusual here though, it happens whenever there's strong winds pushing a 7.6 meter spring tide. It never stopped them serving in the old days either, I know myself and another forum member have stood with water lapping our knees and suppin fine ale in there, whilst logs and barrels flowed past the pub door. Good to see the new main defence wall still holding well.
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Popped up on my Facebook feed... didn't have a date on it.
If you click on the YouTube link it tells you when they were uploaded - the first photo popped up on my FaceBook page as well - that's the Kings Arms in Salcombe on the right! I took the second one yesterday and shows the Car Park by the Winking Prawn a bit wet!
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